And so it is with great pleasure that I present the PERN stack, composed of Postgres, Express, React, and Node. The reference code has a backend API and a simple frontend React app which allows you to create an account, login, and log out. It also has an awesome acronym – hoping to get the amazing Michael Whelan to do the O’Reilly book cover.
Seriously, though, this was a fun project. There’s still plenty to do, but there were a couple of good lessons along the way. There were little things, like the fact that ES7
Still, reference code is key, and this is my personal contribution. Enjoy!
Oops, The PERN stack link in the second paragraph leads me to an Github 500 page.
Hmm, I’m not seeing this (trying in anonymous window, just to be sure). Is anyone else having this problem?
Yep, looks like github was down this morning.
I know this article is 4 days shy of being 2 years old at this point, but a couple of days ago I built a simple app with basic CRUD and user registration/login using PERN just to see how it worked. I Googled to see if anyone else was using Postgres instead of Mongo and lo and behold, I found this.
love the understated dragon riders reference.